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at moravia derive. monument street at calvert street, closures because of the baltimore book festival. 11 minutes on the outer loop northeast side and on the west side. here's a quick, live look at traffic. rain will impact your ride in many spots. 50 at maryland 8. no significant delays. 295 and 175, building in volume. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> nfl fans have been waiting to hear. >> starting tonight, the game will be officiated by professional crews. there has been an agreement, ending the lockout. complaints about replacement officials came to a head on monday night. the new agreement increases salaries to about $149,000 still needs to be approved by nfl owners. >> a double shooting cents a mother and her son to the hospital. >> police believed the shootings are the result of a domestic dispute. the 4-year-old boy was shot in the hip. his mother was shot in the body just beneath the arm pit. this happened just before 9:30 last night near the 900 block of gorsuch avenue. police say the shooting happened inside the mother's home. she had physical injuries in addition to
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at 95 in downtown baltimore, not too many cars out there just yet. and as we pull up some drive times you'll notice the harrisburg express way no delays there. a lot of rain in the area, 695 that's going to be in great shape from parkville, and the west side will remain nice and clear just eleven minutes on the outer loop from 795 down toward 95. >>> five minutes from five, a warning about a new scam targeting seniors and social security benefits. identity thieves are getting their hands on personal information like a full name and bank account number and reroute the benefits to their own bank accounts and prepaid debate cards. the scam is becoming popular just as the social security administration prepares to switch all beneficiaries to direct deposit instead of mailing out paper checks. >>> if you're college students weighed down by large student loan debts you're not alone. the number of households with debt is rising. it's estimated that one in every five households carries some sort of student loan debt. the average loan in 2010 was almost $27,000. that's more than double what bo
feld on foot. early this mmrniig ooficerr arrested him in east baltimore. the family f a missing they're desperate for help myranna stephens... each day. are... growing.. - pince mary tisdale went ... - missing... and now her family fears sooething bad may have happened to hhr. the 62-year-old was at her assisted living home in catonsville last thursday afternoon - when she ent outside to take a smoke... and disappeared. tisdale suffers from dementia and other mental health problems... but her family saysswhen she's gotten always made her way back to thhm. they've put out flyers area...still... noosign f hhr. 2432 she been living here like i said about two years, but she's been living in baltimore aalot of people know wwo she seen her 40 tisdale's family ayssshe was disappointed bout her bbrthddy - which was last wednesday - but they don't think that's factorrin her disappeerance. county police say they arr investiiating... but so ar, no leadss myranda stephens, fox45 news at 530. p... highhspeed... chase... covering... more than 30 miles... comes to... a... sudden bal
a mother and her child shot in baltimore.the surprisng age of the youugest victim.. and their connitions thii morning. the n-f-l comms to an agreement to bring regular refs back.find out if they'll be back on the field in timm ffr tonighh's ravenssgame. pnd... christmas comes early.. for people looking for jobs. holiday workers right now. 3 - 3 thursday, september 22th september 27th 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 p3 3 3 the long national nightmare of replacement referees is over.... a nee deal is in place to bring thh "n-f-l" rees ack onto the ffeld. field. joel d. smith is live attm&t bank stadium where the ravens are hosttng the &pthhelatest on the details of joee d..... wiil the regular - game? good morning guys... first game bacc guys... yes! the first game back for the was important to get this deal becaase some fell it woold be a commetitive dis--dvantage to were the only eams plaaing y with replacement offfcials this eek. most fann are hoping to see a veey different kind of play inside here tonigh. ccippy ... sometimes nastyy stuff players have beenn getti
beginning tonight in baltimore. >>> a 4-year-old boy and his mother shot domestic fight. we're going to bring the latest on what police say happened. >>> and one maryland county looking to put one language above all others. residents have a chance to voice their opinion on thursday september 27th. i'm charley crowson. >> and i'm megan pringle thanks so much for joining us, whether you're going to the ravens game or going to the bus stop, we have to know what the weather is like. >> i've been talking about bill, bill did a good job. we'll talk more about him later. let's get the people out and about this morning. don't forget the rain gear. you can see maryland's most powerful radar is active this morning. we're seeing lightning out there and it's heading toward port deposit. heavy rainfall coming along i- i-95. be prepared for that. also aberdeen. all sliding off toward east toward elkton. and we're dealing with heavier rain around perry hall and white marsh dealing with lighter rain. carney dealing with light rain and hampton, towson, got the bulk of the rain and then things will be
minute ride from 695 to downtown baltimore. we'll check in and take a live look outside in parkville, the beltway, everything is moving along just fine at hartford road but the roads going to be brett and slick. be -- to be wet and slick. be careful. and getting down towards 95, that is a look at your abc2 time saver traffic. >>> all new for you this morning, the nfl has reached a deal with refs to get them back on the field immediately. this is great news for ravens fans because the first assignment for the zebras, baltimore tonight as they host the cleveland browns. linda so is here with reaction, as what many are calling an early chris man fan. >> those replacement refs would have been on the field tonight had the nfl not reached this tentative agreement. you remember what happened monday night when things came to a boiling point. the replacement refs were under fire for that questionable call that gave the sea hawks the win over the green bay packers. it was after that missed call that the two sides got serious about negotiations. for weeks now, coaches, players and fans have bee
, though we should start with the warm and muggy air in baltimore. the humid weather is triggering showers and strong thunderstorms in northern virginia. while we may be all right at the start, they will have a tendency to work on in. mostly cloudy and a 50-50 shot. complete seven-day forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> a 4-year-old from north baltimore is recovering after police say he was shot by his father during a domestic dispute. police are charging erik ford sr. with attempted murder. he's accused of shooting not only his young son but his mother as well. you saw at first last night. investigators tell us he had been involved in an argument with his girlfriend when things turned violent and he pulled out a gun. what we don't -- but they don't understand is why the first shot was fired at the sun. >> the thought that a child was subjected to this alleged abuse and the fact that -- it is a true tragedy and thankfully we can close the case. >> the boy's mother was shot multiple times. howard county police are hoping to stop a door besting burger -- or busting burglar. he breaks dow
regular referees. a man is dead... after being shot in north baltimore. baltimore.police were called to old york road yesttrday the victii.it's believed david irving was hot last niiht in this alley.neighbors say he then ran into his basement where aafamily member found this boddy 04:47:44"right now i'm numbb i'm just trying to stay stron and maintain for family sake. everybody is ddaling with it in their oww way. way.police say they do not have any suspects. the owwer of the recher pheater says he's not tt blame last weekend in towson. but now he's worried about his business beiig puniihed - as a . paturday night after being turned away from a privatee a charity funnraiser wws beiig hosted by a fraternity. to clear the crowd. sevvral people were arrested.the county executive is ow questioning the theattr'ss liquor license - and their policy renting to outside promoters. < charitiee.">the event was never posted on the theater's word simply sppead through social media.. theehits keep coming for
-weather plus forecast. >> now an update to a story we brought you in breaking news last night. baltimore city police have made an arrest in the double shooting of a mother and her four-year- old sun. police say they have arrested eric ford sr. with connection to the shooting, stemming from a domestic dispute which came to a peak before 9:30 wednesday night in the 900 block of gorsuch avenue. neighbors are surprised by this type of violence in their community. >> not a typical event, really. i have seen police activity, but never caution tape and actual gunfire sort of activity. nothe victims' injuries are considered life-threatening. police are trying to figure out how a man's body ended up in the harbor. the 63-year-old man was found in the 2500 block of boston street in canton. homicide detectives are calling the death suspicious and are awaiting the medical examiner's autopsy report. police in anne arundel county say a mother left her five children alone in an odenton hotel room while she committed a robbery. tameka wright faces charges of robbery and five counts of unintended children. sh
or have information, call the baltimore county police department right away. >>> three weeks after a near riot, the owner will go before the liquor control board. there the -- the board will determine if the recher theater will be able to keep its license. the hearing will be on october 15th. >>> what does a hexic movie -- hex -- historic movie theater cost. the city bought it for $800,000 in 2009. it's being renovated right now. >> let's go to m&t bank stadium where prime-time tailgating is going on. ravens dense the browns on thursday night football. just heard where late owner art modell has made the list. this is the long list. we've got jonathan ogden, priest holmes and the final selection is on so many sunday. tonight the ravens put jamal lewis into the ring of on north. >>> thankfully the regular refs will be back. after countless botched calls -- of course this was the disgrace on monday night football. gene steratore will work tonight's game. >>> you can watch the ravens and the browns on a big screen tv set up right here at harry run park in chesterfield. the community is coming
the real refs back on the field for tonight's game in baltimore. so huge news there. it's news that broke very late last night right around midnight. and n.f.l. 's commissioner roger goodell released a statement shortly afterwards that says this agreement supports long-term reforms that will make officiating player. the teams, players and fans deserve consistency and quality in officiating. we look forward to having the finest officials in sports back on the field and i want to give a special thanks to the n.f.l. fans for their passion. now it's time to put the focus back on the teams and players where it belongs. now this statement, this agreement comes after two full days of face-to-face talks thanks to that terrible call during monday night football. that got the two sides back to the negotiating table. and just hours before an agreement was reached, terry mccauley, a real n.f.l. referee said this on our newscast about one of the big sticking points in the negotiations: pengs. >> yes, the economy has changed. things have changed but very to remember one thing. the n.f.l. is not like ca
. closures in the city in advance of the baltimore book festival. 61 traveling through the parkville region. running smoothly on the j.f.x. into town. on the west side outer loop, around 62. no problems as you make your way in towards the beltway. five minutes to go south on 95 from a 895 split to the fort mchenry. here's a quick, live look at traffic. this is 95 at the fort mchenry. southbound traffic without delay. problem free on 95 at joppa road. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> some good news for nfl players and fans. the league has reached an agreement ending the lockout. >> that means the regular officials will return to the field this week. the plan to vote tomorrow and saturday. the regular officials will be back on the field this week starting with tonight's game with the ravens and the brown. live coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. featuring the return of the regular nfl officials. more information at wbaltv.com. a much-needed win for the orioles. the orioles came out swinging. nate mclouth hit a home run. that would start a huge inning for the orioles. keith mills will have
on the field for goodness sake. guess what? they start tonight in baltimore. kristin fisher is live at fed ex field with a look at how the skins might look ahead to maybe some better refereeing. good morning, kristin. >> reporter: that's right. good morning, mike. the next time the redskins play here at fed ex field, the real refs should be back officiating the game. this agreement is only temporary, not quite a done deal just yet. it still needs to be ratified by the union but it's enough to get the real refs back on the field officiating tonight's game with the ravens in baltimore. so huge news. and it broke right after midnight. n.f.l. commissioner roger goodell released a statement saying, quote, this agreement supports long-term reforms that will make officiating better. the teams, players and fans want and deserve the consistency and quality in officiating. we look forward to having the finest officials in the sport back on the field. i want to give a special thanks to the n.f.l. fans for their passion. now it's time to put the focus back on the teams and players where it belongs. this
post wrote the casino behind the ads is... "most concerned with its own bottom line." and the baltimore sun says it "doesn't have maryland... taxpayers' interests at heart." so when you see these ads remember... they're about what's good for west virginia's casino... not maryland. vote for maryland jobs and schools. vote for question seven. >>> the maryland dream act will appear on your ballot in november. it's designed to help some undocumented immigrants go to college at the in-state discounted rate. what those fraand against the -- for and against the ballot proposal are doing this week. >> reporter: you are looking at our future leaders. high school students who will not have an official say, but who are still involved. >> i am open minded to the struggles of other people. >> reporter: through the direction of the non-profit group the intersection they are going to speak out on maryland ballots. they will knock on several thousand doors and hold a news conference. >> we believe that every child in maryland deserves a high- quality education. >> reporter: on the same night, they got
program. and it begins tonight here in baltimore. >> they're first game back on the job will be tonight at m and t bank stadium when the ravens host the cleveland browns. couldn't be better time. those replacement refs would have been on the field had the nfl not reached this tentative agreement. you remember what happened monday night when things came to a boiling point. the replacement refs were under fire for the questionable call that gave the saw hawks the win over the green bay packers. after that call the two sides got serious about negotiations. coaches players and fans have been frustrated with the o -- officiating by the refs. for football fans especially those ravens fans, it couldn't have come sooner. >> that's awesome. i mean, ravens were directly affected in their second game of the season with a loss that was an obvious bad call, even by replay. the defender didn't even turn around to even know where the ball was going and they called a push off on the offensive player and that was not so. >> so the official refs will be back on the field tonight for their first assignmen
the ravens take on the browns in baltimore. the deal included a significant salary raise for the officials and a compromise on the much debated pension and retirement benefits. the deal expected to be officially ratified by the union saturday night in dallas. the referees planning to work a full slate of games on sunday. we'll get a live report with dave ahead in sports. he'll help us through this to explain how it came to pass. >>> in the race for president, both candidates will be in virginia today. it's one of 30 states where early voting is already underway. it's a state president obama won in 2008 by more than 6% and where a polling average from real clear politics shows the president up by 4 1/2 points. this follows a busy day on the trail yesterday. both candidates held dueling rallies as they crisscrossed ohio. there mitt romney tried to brush back suggestions his campaign was faltering in the state of ohio after polls showed him trailing the president by ten points. >> i'm very pleased with some polls, less so with other polls. but frankly at this early stage, polls go up and down
is at m&t stadium in baltimore with more on that. what's the story? >> reporter: hey, derek, yeah, that's right. the league wanted these real officials back as soon as possible. so they said the deal was done early this morning like you said, but they haven't officially signed anything. commissioner roger goodell lifted the lockout so they could have the officials back for tonight's ravens/browns game, big deal. things will try and get back to normal. many of the changes with the real refs back may not be completely obvious to viewers, but you may notice it's smoother and a quicker paced game, less stoppage to figure out what's going on. more importantly it's about the trust that the players and coaches have with these officials. now the two sides worked hard to end this lockout, one that went a little longer than expected. >> i think there was pressure on all of us to get an agreement from the get go. i don't think anybody wanted to go into using replacement officials. i don't think the officials wanted to come off the field. >> reporter: now gene serator is the head official tonight
the baltimore ravens and cleveland browns take the field tonight the nfl's regular officiating crews will be calling the game. at the stroke of midnight the league and referees ended a three month lockout of the officials. the deal was struck after two days of marathon negotiations and controversial call to the end of monday night's game. after a series of miscalls, run ins with coaches and players, and on field confusion, the nfl referees are heading to the sideline. the league and officials union agreed on a tentative eight year contract that will put the normal officiating crews back on field. goodell said we look forward to having the finest officials in sports back on field. now it's time to put the focus back on the teams and players where it belongs. >> green bay will have a hard time. >> the two sides got serious about the negotiations after monday night's game between the packers and seahawks, a blown call on the last play of the game cost green bay the victory. under the new deal the average pay for the league's refs will rise from $149,000 a year in 2011 to $173,000 next y
. the refs will be taking the field starting tonight as the browns take on the ravens in baltimore. the fans got loud getting this deal done with more than 70,000 fans around the world making their voices heard in voicemails to nfl offices after the monday night game that gave the seahawks a win over the packers in one of the most controversial calls in nfl history. nfl commissioner roger goodell said this. this agreement supports long-term reforms that will make officiating better. the teams, players and fans want and deserve both consistency and quality in officiating. yes, we do. live at the news desk, tony tull, news4. >>> this morning, more than 1,000 pepco workers are a step closer to going on strike. union reps will go back to pepco to try to get a new deal. if no deal is reached, workers will vote on whether to strike. the labor battle comes as pep co got the go ahead for a rate hike in the district. the d.c. public service commission approved a partial rate increase and that can mean an extra $2.60 a month for the average customer. >>> ken cuccinelli approved a plan to impose strict
in baltimore. our kristen berset will have a live report from m&t bank stadium in the charm city in a few minutes. >>> the return of the referees has sparked an outpouring of relief and even joy. nobody is happier than nfl players including our very own redskins. >> reporter: i'm matt jablow at redskins park in ashburn where the return of the referees was all most people were talking about. >> you always say you don't miss something until you go without it. >> they got the deal done, excited to have them back. >> reporter: some more vocally than others. what was your first reaction when you heard the strike had been settled? >> i said hallelujah. >> reporter: but all agreeing it was a very good thing. >> they know their positions. they know the rules. >> reporter: the players in particular. >> thank you, lord. >> reporter: and for the game in general. what was your first reaction when you heard the refs were coming back? >> great, awesome. i saw it this morning. >> they keep everything under control. a couple week back you had players doing dirty plays against us. those things won't
/ravens game in baltimore. we'll is livework on -- have live coverage on that later in our newscast. >> we have thunderstorms up to our west and meterologist topper shutt is tracking them as we speak. >> looks like a dry commute home, but a different story later and that could impact the ravens game in baltimore. let me start with doppler 9,000. it's quiet around the metro area, but to the west essentially along the i-81 corridor, pretty good thunderstorms there, a severe thunderstorm warning in effect for page and shenandoah county until 5:45. there's a couple big storms out to the woodstock area and front royal and just to the north of winchester. so another storm is just headed for the northeast. they won't make much eastward movement. they'll generally follow the track up i-81 and later tonight they begin to move eastward toward the immediate metro area. we'll come back and track them for you and tell you what that means for the ravens game and if they hang around for tomorrow morning's commute. >>> right now three men are in court for the vicious and brutal beating of a young father walkin
when the baltimore ravens host the cleveland browns. jason carroll is here. the league had to move quickly. >> a lot of relief there. >> this was spiraling out of control. >> absolutely. we all remember what happened during that monday night game. 70,000 calls to the nfl because of that one particular play. there was definitely a lot of incentive to get back to the table and get this thing fixed. both sides working late into the night to make sure they could get a deal that both sides could be happy with. reaction coming in early this morning. the nfl commissioner basically saying this agreement supports long-term reforms that will make officiating better, the teams, players and fans want and deserve both consistency and quality in officiating. also coming in to us, reaction coming in also from the referee association president saying we are glad to be getting back on the field for this week's game. it could not have come any sooner, especially with tonight's game with the browns versus the ravens. >> this is an eight-year deal, which sun precedented. who got the better end of the
powerful radar future scan. it lifts everything to the north and east. here's baltimore, the action to the west. everything stays to the west through the 8:00 hour but eventually we're going to see the scattered showers move in. if you're doing out to the game, know it's a mild start a dry start. here come the showers and storms. easterly wind at five to 10 with a temperature around 73 degrees. showers, storms linger into tonight but it is a wet commute turning into a sunny day going into friday. we'll break down the forecast coming up. >>> parents, one threng you want top keep -- thing you want to keep on your radar, the risk of concussions. >> it's a team effort from the parents, coaches, teachers. lynn disa so tells -- linda so tells us about a new way to help everyone work together. >> reporter: 14-year-old tyler is hoping things go smeergt than last year. an accident left him with a concussion. >> i had no idea he would miss so much -- so many sports and so much of school. it was a month of school work we had to make up. >> reporter: many teachers are surprised the effects of a
." and the baltimore sun says it "doesn't have maryland... taxpayers' interests at heart." so when you see these ads remember... they're about what's good for west virginia's casino... not maryland. vote for maryland jobs and schools. vote for question seven. >>> a type of drug used to treat insomnia has sued effect -- side effect. there's a study that shows patients who take these drugs after the age of 65 are almost 5% more likely to develop dementia than those who don't. reachers -- researchers followed those who showed no signs at the beginning of the study. the meds may also contribute to falls and fractures. >>> the center at johns hopkins provides care for people battling a form of cancer that attacks the bones. the center use as multiteam approach. there's a very person walk coming up. dr. christian weber joins us. tell us what is sarcoma? >> it's a rare disease. it's one of those cancers that don't occur often. it can occur from one to 99. it can occur in your bones or soft tissues. it's in the like an organ cancer. we use different types of treatments. el lie has had -- eli has had several
the cleveland browns and baltimore ravens in baltimore. live report on the deal what the refs will get. whether or not monday night's game made everybody blink including the league. >>> meantime this is our lead story this morning a showdown at the united nations as we await two of the most highly anticipated speeches of the entire week at the u.n. general assembly. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. palestinian president mahmoud abbas both scheduled to speak a few hours from now. we await the headline which one already this morning. i'm bill hemmer. martha: i'm martha maccallum. mahmoud abbas is expected to recognize the state of palestine will netanyahu will push action on iran. it was a 24 hours ago president mahmoud ahmadinejad stood in the same spot. he lashed out against israel and the united states. >> translator: the current abysmal situation of the world and history due mainly to the wrong management of the world and the self-proclaimed centers of power who have entrusted themselves to the devil. bill: david lee miller now is live at the u.n. and what can we expect to hear from
as replacements. real professionals will be back in time for the tonight's browns and ravens game in baltimore. after the refs reached a tentative agreement to end the lockout. what has been a series of bad miscues and blown calls. rick leventhal watching this closely no doubt and joins from us the newsroom this morning. rick, maybe it is good that happened on monday night. certainly not good for the packers in the long term but prompted some change. >> reporter: it did, martha. the nfl's reputation was getting smacked around. the league's office tells me there is no bigger fan than commissioner roger goodell who was determined to get a deal done after the game ending debacle monday night. you probably seen the images of a bad call turning an interception into a touchdown stealing a win from the packers. they spent 15 hours in negotiations tuesday and 15 more hours yesterday. helping two sides strike eight-year deal. longest ever for the ref with pension and retirement benefits and well-paying salaries for part-time work. last year's average was 149,000. it goes to 173,000 next year. rising to
for the browns and baltimore game. one of the nfl officials said they are glad to be back. they've been watching hours and hours of video. and he says's are ready. back to you. >> thank you. >>> one labor dispute in sports is resolved and another one continues. hockey experts believe the nhl lockout could last for months. but they've set up a negotiating meeter for tomorrow. the lockout is expected to have a big impact that rely on hockey games for businesses. bars in that area report they typically see up to a 50% jump in business on game night. >>> today at noon, plans for high-speed rail in california will clear a very important hurdle. a $40 million grant for an advance signaling system will be announced by local lawmakers. this ipart of a $750 million high-speed rail bond. environmentalists say switching to electric will reduce harmful admissions by 90%. >>> 8:07. let's check in with sal keeping a -- keeping a close eye on contra costa county. >> we're starting there. it's very slow. highway 4, westbound, still coming up to the willow pass grade. as a matter of fact, we have traffic that wi
tonight in baltimore. what did it come down to in the end? >> i think a couple of things. first of all, the nfl could not send replament officials to green bay sunday. i think everybody in the league ew that. i mean, this had to get done this week. and i think at the end of e day, the oiaet t retain a pension system through 2016 that 89% of corporate america doesn't have anymore. okay? and they're part-time employees. this pension was important to thofficials. they get to retain it for the next five seasons. and the ls to hire a taxi squad of officials that over the next few years they can replace underperforming officials. >> peter, peel back the curtain a little bit because you talked to all the principals involved here. for the first couple of weeks, did roger goodell say to himself, we're going t weather vewobout this? >> yes. >> and did it come down to monday night? >> i think a lot of this was monday night. remember the way he thinks. he's thinking two, three, four years down the road, his main go in this was to make se fis to replace se underperforming officials down the road s
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